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. an italian court hours away from a decision that could potentially put amanda knox on trial, after she was cleared by a court of a charge of murder. prosecutors in the jodi arias trial, today they went after the defense witness who claimed jodi arias suffered from post traumatic stress disorder. >>> the feds are reportedly set to alie fliers fliers to use elc devices during takeoff landing. doesn't that crash the plane? good grief these tsa people. >> first from fox at 3:00 in new york city, amanda knox is witnessing to find out if she will have to go back to court. today prosecutors argued that -- to italy's supreme court that amanda knox should face a new trial. in 2007 she was studying abroad when her british roommate turned up dead. prosecutors say she and her ex-boyfriend slit the victim's throat, part of some twisted game. the jury sentence amanda knox to 26 years but an appeals court tossed the verdict. it blamed the original trial and blasted it, saying cops never found the murder weapon and called the dna evidence faulty. amanda knox walked free from an italian prison and went
to the legal drama, new one for amanda knox, the american college student convictconvict ed -- charged with killing her roommate in italy, but acquitted. abc's nick schifrin is in london. >> reporter: good morning, dan. this could be the final chapter in knox's long, legal saga. knox anxiously awaits the verdict. this morning, an exclusive picture of amanda knox enjoying her freedom in seattle. she's back in class, spending time with her sisters and her boyfriend. but all of that could change starting tomorrow. the italian supreme court will hold the final hearing in her almost six-year case. justice will decide whether a lower court were okay in overturning her conviction. just 18 months ago. >> why they were so sure i was the one who knew everything. >> both defendants have been acquitted by the charges. >> she's already endured three or four years in an italian prison, this murder charge continues to hang over her head. >> reporter: after the release of her knox and her former italian boyfriend raf fail sool soolecitto. >> the knox family said that it's not worried about monday's he
this hour. her court case riveted the world, now the italian supreme court decides whether amanda knox should go on trial again. >> the tiny island nation of cyprus has avoided an economic collapse that will get a bailout deal. that's making the markets happy. does it make cypriots happy? >>> this is a narrow miss. amazing caught on video. this is a great white shark getting through a diver cage giving the tourist the scare of his life. look at the shark. you see that? >> unbelievable. that would give you a heart attack. >>> all right. it was a sensational trial involving sex, murder, a young american woman studying abroad in italy. >> and we all know the name, it is amanda knox. the case back in the spotlight. italy's supreme court is now considering whether or not prosecutors can actually retry her again. >> yeah. knox and her boyfriend you'll remember were convicted and then later acquitted of killing knox's roommate. ben wedeman now updates us on where the case stands. >> an emotionally overcome amanda knox is led from an italian courtroom moments after learning she was free at las
, amanda knox convicted of murder by an italian court, acquitted on appeal, now yet another court weighs her fate. how do you say double jeopardy in italian? can amanda knox legally say enough? >>> later, with public opinion and political forces undergoing a seismic shift on same sex marriage, the supreme court is now just a day away from taking up two cases on the question that can make history or stop it cold. we begin tonight only on "360" with how the son of a well respected, well connected colorado family went off the rails and allegedly became a murderer. these are exclusive images of evan ebel more than ten years ago at a camp for troubled youth in samoa. here he is with his friends and here he is in front of a hut at that camp that he and some of his friends burned down, torched. we are joined to talk about the early signs of violence that were seen in ebel. there were a lot of them. this meantime is the memorial service for colorado prison chief tom clements, who ebel is suspected of killing on his doorstep. in addition, possibly to a pizza delivery man earlier. >> last tuesday
determine the fate of amanda knox. the american college student who was convicted and then acquitted of murdering her roommate. the prosecutors who held her behind bars there for four years are arguing she should be returned to jail. here's abc's nick schifrin tonight. >> my family is really the most important thing right now. and i just want to go and be with them. >> reporter: amanda knox waited four years for that homecoming. but tonight, she's anxious that italy's supreme court could put her freedom in jeopardy. >> the fact that she spent three or four years in an italian prison and this murder charge continues to hang over her head. there is no peace of mind. >> i couldn't understand why they were so sure i was the one who knew everything. >> reporter: in 2007, knox and her italian boyfriend, raffaele sollecito, were convicted of murdering their roommate, meredith kercher. they languished in prison for years. the world watched the dramatic moment they were released. >> both defendants have been acquitted. >> reporter: but now, prosecutors want to reinstate the murder conviction.
since amanda knox was cleared of murder charges in italy. her legal drama is still not over. >> prosecutors will argue her murder conviction should be reinstated. joining us is niki baptiste. following since the beginning. thanks for joining us. what is the hearing about? >> the final step in the legal process. a big day for amanda if the supreme court decides to uphold the acquittal, she can move on with her life. if not, they go back to a retrial and the case is heard again and it could drag on for years. >> really incomprehensible. there really is a chance. do they think it is a long shot that they would say come back and do this all over again, take two? >> her lawyers, her family, amanda, they believe it is a long shot. a good chance it will be upheld and over after six years. >> how is she doing, a ton of stress, how is she handling it? what has she been up to since the acquittal? >> she is anxious for today's hearing. it is her life still in their hands. she spent the last year writing. lots of time with her family. her new boyfriend. and, just, she is actually back a
that gripped italy back in the courtroom this morning. will american amanda knox will tried again? >>> and a cinderella story heading into the sweet 16. tonight's dare? give your hair some beauty sleep. with pantene's new overnight miracle repair serum. 8 hours of repair while you sleep. with no residue on the pillow. dare to sleep on it. new overnight miracle from pantene. something this delicious could only come from nature. discover nectresse™. the 100%-natural no-calorie sweetener made from the goodness of fruit. nectresse™. sweetness naturally. then we tried new nutri-grain fruit crunch bar. it's so crunchy. crunchy granola, mmmm... made with real fruit, 20 grams of whole grains. now, we love mornings. ♪ >>> welcome back. firefighters in ft. pierce florida had their hands full with a stubborn brushfire. the flames were pushed by strong winds, making them hard to con stain. a couple thousand people were forced to evacuate. but only a few homes suffered minor damage. >>> now for a look at those morning road conditions. that spring storm making for snowy roads in places li
but the scene says snow from the midwest all the way to the atlantic seaboard. >> manda knox in a new fight for her freedom. a hearing to decide if she will be tried again for murder. >>> cage match. man versus shark. a tourist terrified when a great white gets all up in his grill. >>> and cinderella still dancing. florida gulf coast and its dunk city act advancing to the ncaa sweet 16 making history along the way. good morning, everyone. happy monday. welcome to "early start." i'm poppy harlow. >> and i'm john berman. it is friday, march 25th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. we're going to start with the epic seasonal lie. no matter what anyone tells you, it's not spring. from missouri to pennsylvania, millions of people are dealing with rain, snow, potentially dangerous wind this morning. the mix proved dangerous from indianapolis. cars collided on slick, icy roads. look at this scene in kansas city, missouri. the storm causing significant disruptions at the airport. this is not done yet. parts of eastern indiana and western ohio are under a winter storm warning from early this afternoon. the syst
but could amanda knox go back to prison for her roommate's death? senior cnn international reporter ben wedeman has more on the case. >> reporter: an emotional amanda knox is led from an italian courtroom after learning she was free at last. the murder conviction against her and her former boyfriend overturned on appeal. that was october 2011. they had spent four years in prison for the 2007 sexual assault and murder of her roommate, british exchange student meredith kircher. it was a tabloid case that riveted the media, attracting an army of journalists to the medieval town of perugia where knox and kircher were studying italian language and culture. knox's tearful return to her family home in seattle, washington, seemed like the end of her ordeal, but it may not have been the end after all. the prosecution is demanding a retrial and will appeal the conviction before the italian supreme court in rome. the wheels of italian justice, however, grind slowly. if the acquittal is overturned, the case could go back to an appellate court. if that happens, knox might have to return to italy. if
coming up, another big case by the name of amanda knox. thought you were done? no way. $4 million in book advance money later, and after being set free, an italian supreme court may want that young woman back in country to face murder charges all over again. what say you united state? would you send her back? coming up in a moment. >>> thank you so much. good morning, everybody. >> morning. >> secretary napolitano, thank you for administering the oath and making it official. director, distinguished guests, family, and friends, it is a great pleasure to have you here at the white house. and it is an honor to be among the first to greet some of my fellow citizens of the united states. today you're in the people's house. a house designed by an irish immigrant. we welcome 28 men and women, immigrants themselves, who from this day forward have earned the precious right to call this country home. and i know this is an incredibly special moment for you and for your families. but i have to say it's a special moment for the rest of us, as well. because as we look out across this room, we're remind
karzai? >> then, could amanda knox face another trial despite being cleared of her roommate's murder. italian judges ruling on an appeal this morning. we're live in rome. >> and jaw dropping video of a great white shark thrashing its way into a shark cage with the diver inside. we're going to talk to the man behind the camera coming up in a little bit. >> but everyone's favorite jersey girl, snooki, is here live talking about her new body, her beau, and her just baptized baby boy. it's monday, march 25th. "starting point" begins right now. >>> we are going to begin with winter's last gasp in spring. or should i say allegedly spring. from missouri to pennsylvania, millions of people dealing with rainy, snowy, slushy, awfulness. in indianapolis yesterday, too many fender benders to count. you have to check out this video. the weather rendering parts of st. louis nearly invisible. if you squint you can see it. parts of eastern indiana and western ohio were under a western storm warning through early this afternoon. the system continuing to track eastward. we have this all covered for yo
not be off the hook. why a new case could be in the future for amanda knox. >>> pushing it too far too fast. what you need to know about hidden dangers of starting a new workout routine. >> will it be a home run for wine lovers? changes coming to at&t park that should have some fans smiling. >>> and good afternoon. i'm jeff ranieri. quite a bit cooler today. we're tracking showers on the radar. we'll let you know when our best chances of rainfall returning in that forecast will be this week coming up in just a few minutes. >>> california's roads are so full of potholes, this is costing drivers $14 billion a year to fix damage done to their cars. that works out to $586 per driver. the american society of civil engineers tells "the l.a. times" nearly 70% of california's roads are in poor or mediocre shape. washington and oregon numbers are almost as bad. about 65% of their roads need work. >>> devil slide tuns are hounel hours from opening. $439 million project represents the first highway tunnel built in california in half a century. they replace a treacherous stretch of highway 1 between pa
in new jersey. >> who holds that winning ticket? >> we have a lot to get to, including amanda knox. it's been a year and a half since her murder conviction was overturned by an elgtsian court, but her legal problems there may not be over. we're going to tell you why. >> kwa beeneth paltrow is facing criticism for her must-haves for spring. some say the fashion suggestions are a clear sign she is out of touch with real women. >> like the price tag on those suggestions. >> plus, a few weeks ago we told you about a homeless man who found a diamond engagement ring in his change cuff and he returned it to its grateful owner. that one good deed completely changed his life. he will be here to tell us all about it. >> looking forward to that. we begin, though, this morning with that early spring snowstorm rolling across the country. we are keeping you very busy, phyllis. >> this weather is just relentless. good morning, ereka. good morning, everyone. parts of the midwest from wichita, kansas, all the way to indianapolis are seeing more heavy snow this morning as we deal with the winter weather
knox. new pictures and details about her life here in the u.s. right now. of course, you'll remember she was the american college student studying in italy who was convicted and then acquitted of her roommate's murder, and now her case, if not her, is back in an italian court. abc's john muller here with the very latest. good morning to you. >> good morning, josh. amanda knox is not in italy this morning. she's here in america getting ready for the release of her memoir but the final chapter of this sensational legal drama is not quite written now. now, italy's highest court will decide if it was right to set her free. >> my family is the most important thing to me right now and i just want to go and be with them. >> reporter: amanda knox is enjoying her freedom but her italian legal drama is not quite over. on monday, during a supreme court hearing in rome, the final step in knox's legal process, she will learn if italy's highest court agrees with the decision to free her. the prosecution appealed knox and sollecito's acquittal in a 100-page report questioning apparent contradiction
. and why it's on shaky ground and what it means for us. plus amanda knox's future could be hanging on a decision that will come at any second. we'll speak with investigators and lawyers next whether miss knox may face a retrial before the day is out. remember, she was convicted of murder only to have the conviction overturned. she could be back in court again. and don't you hate it when you have a song stuck in your head and you can't get it out no matter what? we've talked about this before. we have an update for you, scientists now say they have the way, the foolproof way to get that tune out of your head. ♪ she loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ she loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ with a love like that, you know you should be glad ♪ ade of? bikes and balloons, wholesome noodles on spoons. a kite, a breeze, a dunk of grilled cheese. catches and throws, and spaghettio's. that's what happy kids are made of. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. [ male announcer ] this is a reason to look twice. the stunning lexus es. get great values on your favorite lexus models duri
, one parachute expert shows us what went wrong. plus, amanda knox learns her fate again. and -- >> i haven't cried yet. i might cry tomorrow. >> a millionaire coach and a team no one's heard of. shocked america. >>> i'm brooke baldwin. great to be with you here on this monday. i want to begin this hour with something very special. something we don't see very often. so at any moment, at arlington national cemetery, the united states will honor ordinary citizens who have done extraordinary things. i'm talking about people who put service above themselves. they passed the test of human spirit with flying colors. who am i talking about, these four people? they will take the spotlight for these actions they took, just in the past year. they're not military. they're not police. they're not trained rescuers. these are ordinary folks who made tough decisions to do the right thing at a critical moment. people like marcos ugarte, he was 14 when he saved a 7-year-old boy, trapped in a fire. ugarte ran toward the flames, grabbed a ladder, climbed into a second floor window. >> and i punched the
at a military base in virginia. all three, marines. plus, amanda knox. her freedom apparently could be in jeopardy. italy's court about to decide if her murder conviction should be reinstated. and president obama, you remember when he promised to shut down guantanamo? so why is the administration considering spending another $50 million to build a new prison there? it's not what you think. it's a phoenix with 4 wheels. it's a hawk with night vision goggles. it's marching to the beat of a different drum. and where beauty meets brains. it's big ideas with smaller footprints. and knowing there's always more in the world to see. it's the all-new lincoln mkz. with the bing it on challenge to show google users what they've been missing on bing. let's bing it on. [fight bell: ding, ding] how many here are google users? what if i was to tell you that you would actually like bing way more than google when it came to the results? prove it. let's look up some taco places. i like the left side. yeah? okay, do we need to find out what the waves are like down at the beach? what side do you like b
: this is "the fox report." tonight, the american college student, amanda knox, waiting to find out whether she will face trial again for the murder of her roommate. prosecutors asking italy's highest court to overturn her acquittal. now a delay in the verdict. the details ahead. plus, the two teens accused of shooting and killing a baby in a stroller say they didn't do it. but first from fox this monday night. the supreme court is taking on a second case, dealing with affirmative action on college us examines. the justices are already debating a lawsuit against the university of texas which does consider race in its admissions policy. a white student claims that the policy cost her a spot at that school. now the court is set to hear a challenge to michigan's ban on affirmative action at public colleges. voters approved the ban back in 2006. last year an appeals court struck down the law calling it unconstitutional. trace gallagher on fox top story. is he live in our west coast news hub this afternoon. trace, experts say the timing of this is pretty unusual. >> it's unusual, shep, because the s
court will consider the fate of amanda knox . they were first convicted and then acquitted of murdering her roommate, meredith kir ofer. customer -- kercher. they argued that she should return to jail. they say it is another form of harassment by the prosecution. >> she wins on monday, case closed, it is over and she can go forward without any further worry. >> kercher's family says there is still unanswered questions and we are searching for the truth. knox has spent the last year working on a memwior and hopes to earn her living as a writer. >> pope francis celebrated his first mass in st. peter's square today. he encouraged people to be humble and young at heart. the square over flowed with people eager to join the pope at the start of holy week. it leads up to easter sunday at -- at the end of the mass he walked outside of the popemobile. >>> new at 11:00, the humanitarian leader launched an anti-violence campaign based on breathing in san jose. they joined shrishri to kick off the cam -- campaign. it will create a stress free and violence free community across america. the movement
hesitated. >>> they will issue a ruling in 8 hours on whether or not amanda knox will be tried again for murder. amanda knox was not in court for today's six hours of arguments. this is video. prosecutors want the judges to over turn the acquittals of amanda knox and her ex- boyfriend in the death of her former roommate. they had been convicted of murder originally. she moved back home to seattle where she wrote a book. >>> tomorrow the city counsel expect expected to -- expected to approve a incentive to keep samsung in the area. right now the facility is 200,000 square feet but they want to expand to 680,000 square feet. it trumps an offer to texas to expand there. >>> in 2 minutes, ktvu channel 2 news was the only one there as a child in a stolen car is found. we have team coverage on how police located her and the technology more and more are using. >> and the plan to make the switch eto clean energy sources. how much it could cost and -- twitch to clean energy sources, how much it could cost and who it would effect. >>> complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is k
new trial for amanda knox in italy? >>> plus, 14 people spanning four states, could it be you? good morning. i'm alex witt. thank you for joining us on this sunday. michael bloomberg squaring off with wayne lapierre on "meet the press". >> i think when you have members that say they think we should have reasonable checks before people are allowed to buy guns, they all support the second amendment as though i do, but there are an awful lot of people that think this is one of the great issues of our times. we have to stop -- >> you just heard mayor bloomberg but he's going to find out this is a country of the people, by the people, and for the people and he can't spend enough of his $27 billion to try to impose his will on the american public. they don't want him in their restaurants, at their home, telling them what food to eat, sure don't want to tell them what self-defense firearms to own. >> mayor bloomberg promotes gun control that include as $12 million tv ad campaigning the mayors against illegal guns. here's part of their new ad. >> i've owned a gun all my life and i'll fight
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knox. an italian appeals court is in session trying to decide if she'll face another trial. over the 2007 murder of her roommate. john muller has the latest. good morning, john. >> reporter: today is the day. the end of a six-year legal nightmare or back to step one. a retrial. all eyes on the italian supreme court. this morning, inside the italian supreme court, prosecutors are making the case that amanda knox and raffaele sollecito should never have been acquitted of meredith kercher and are ordered a retrial. after they were released 18 months ago, prosecutors appealed the lower court's decision, citing contradictions in the rulings. kercher's family supports the appeal telling the media there are still unanswered questions. we're searching for the truth. in a statement to abc news, the knox family says this is another example of harassment by the prosecution. >> we're hopeful and prayerful that they'll render a verdict which will simply say that the apell at court acted properly. >> reporter: the worst outcome? a retrial. knox's legal team feels that is not likely. >> that ap
coming up. >>> plus not case closed for amanda knox. her murder conviction was overturned in italy. there is push to put her back on trial. how likely is that? someone, someone is $338 million richer. who is it? new details emerging about the only ticket that can lay claim to the fourth largest jackpot in powerball history. it is all "happening now.". jenna: we're both at work today. so you probably can stop speculating. jon: i didn't even buy a ticket so. jenna: sounds exciting for whoever is the winner out there. we'll keep you posted as we hear more about that. meantime secretary of state john kerry making a surprise visit to afghanistan in an effort, they say to repair fractured ties with that country. glad to have you with us on this monday. i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. secretary kerry finishing his middle east trip after a surprise trip to iraq of the he had a special sit-down with afghan president hamid karzai. it was his sixth time in afghanistan since president obama took office. his first as secretary of state. it comes at a krur time as the u.s. brings troops home
. >>> amanda knox facing a court fight again. why italian prosecutors want to retry the american student once convicted of murdering her former roommate. plus -- >> you killed an innocent human life. and that i hope you die for it. >> a mother's message and an accused murderer just 15 years old facing a judge in the shooting death of her toddler. newtown residents getting calls asking them to oppose gun control. and the nra tells new york mayor michael bloomberg to butt out. this is "cnn newsroom." i'm suzanne malveaux. a 15-year-old boy accused of killing a 13-month-old baby made an appearance before a georgia judge a couple hours ago. he's the younger of two teens charged with first-degree murder in the baby's death that happened last thursday. cnn's nick valencia is outside the court in brunswick where the teen was arraigned. what is the very latest? what do we know? >> well, we're trying to figure out, suzanne, whether that 15-year-old boy will be charged as an adult. the judge in fact didn't say anything at all or address that. that 15-year-old juvenile entered the courtroom, looked back
. >>> still ahead, we're waiting for a decision on whether american amanda knox will be retried in italy on sensational murder charges. would she wind up back in jail? that's a good question. if you're a fan of the british royals, listen up. prince harry is coming to the u.s. and we have details on the trip ahead. power consumption in china, impact wool exports from new zealand, textile production in spain, and the use of medical technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. with investment information, risks, fees and expenses they're coming. yeah. british. later. sorry. ok...four words... scarecrow in the wind... a baboon... monkey? hot stew saturday!? ronny: hey jimmy, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? jimmy: happier than paul rev
to put her life back together after her murder conviction was overturned. now amanda knox could be forced to return to italy and face the >>> and if saying i'm sorry could heal the world, then cbs is on the right track. the amazing race stirs up an amazing mess using a war memorial for a prop. we have the apology. you're live in the cnn newsroom. good morning from washington. thank you so much for being with me. i'm carol costello. we begin with the wintry mess scoffing at the calendar. it's officially spring, but try telling that to millions of americans in the midwest and mid-atlantic states. >> my car was completely sideways coming up the hill. and so thank god i managed to get right here in the center and i've been here about 45 minutes waiting on a tow truck. >> i can relate this morning. up to 7 inches from st. louis to pittsburgh and some areas will be buried under a foot of snow. it's not just snow that made for a wild weekend, though. take a look at that, that's hail blanketing the ground. much of the eastern half of the country has seen any combination of high winds, thunderstor
is underway in italy to decide whether amanda knox will have to go on trial again for the murder of her roommate. prosecutors want her conviction reinstated. the american college student was cleared of charges she killed her british roommate. she spent four years? an italian prison. >>> state prisons in colorado on lockdown this morning tightening security measures after the murder of a corrections director tom clements. he was shot dead in cold blood at his front door last week. a paroled inmate was a member of a white supremacist prison gang and there is concern the gang could retaliate now for his death. he was killed in a shootout in texas last week. >>> a vial containing a potentially deadly virus disappeared from the galveston national laboratory in texas. the virus being studied because it could be used as a weapon by terrorists. it caused deadly outbreaks in venezuela. however officials don't believe it is a threat to the public. they don't think the vile vile -- vial was stolen but may have been broken. >>steve: you wash -- watch cbs's amazing race? they have contestants go to
the u.s. >> thank you. >>> now here's matt. >> there are new developments in the amanda knox case this morning. italy's top court is meeting to decide whether to overturn the acquittal for the killing of her roommate. >> reporter: it has been six years since this case began. seattle student amanda knox spent four years in jail, convicted of the murder and then acquitted. despite being virtually no evidence against her, they want to overturn the acquittal and try amanda knox again. and the case continues again. amanda knox and her then boyfriend raffaele sollecito, who is also convicted then acquitted of meredith kercher's murder to not have to appear in the court for the latest twist. since her release from prison in 2011. >> thank you for being there for me. >> has picked up her is studies in seattle, rebuilding her life with friends, family and a new boyfriend and a book soon to be published. prosecutors now want the court to set aside the acquittal by the appeals court can and try the case all over again. >> the only way the evidence could be characterized was absent, nonexiste
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